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April 1, 2017

New Issue Of Online Learning Journal Published

From Thursday’s inbox…

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New issue of Online Learning Journal Published
Dear Michael,

We are pleased to present the most recent issue of . The 14 articles in this issue explore several important themes related to online teaching and learning including faculty, student, and institutional concerns. We invite you to read, share, and cite the high-quality papers in this issue and help us to continue to enhance the research and practice of online learning.

Best regards,
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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Online Learning Journal (OLJ)
The Online Learning Consortium
Associate Provost & Associate Professor
University at Albany
State University of New York

Volume 21.1 Table of Contents
Introduction
Peter J. Shea
Faculty Perceptions about Teaching Online: Exploring the Literature Using the Technology Acceptance Model as an Organizing Framework
Nancy Pope Wingo, Nataliya V. Ivankova, Jacqueline A. Moss

Course Management System’s Compatibility with Teaching Style Influences Willingness to Complete Training
Audrey Smith Pereira, Monika Maya Wahi

Understanding Teachers’ Cognitive Processes during Online Professional Learning: A Methodological Comparison
Pamela Beach, Dale Willows
Moving Beyond Smile Sheets: A Case Study on the Evaluation and Iterative Improvement of an Online Faculty Development Program
Ken-Zen Chen, Patrick R. Lowenthal, Christine Bauer, Allan Heaps, Crystal Nielsen

Reading Between the Lines: Accessing Information via YouTube’s Autocaptioning
Chad E. Smith, Samantha Crocker, Tamby Allman

Online Learning Integrity Approaches: Current Practices and Future Solutions
Anita Lee-Post, Holly Hapke

Examining the Effect of Proctoring on Online Test Scores
Helaine Mary Alessio, Nancy J. Malay, Karsten Maurer, A. John Bailer, Beth Rubin

Creating a Community of Inquiry in Large-Enrollment Online Courses: An Exploratory Study on the Effect of Protocols within Online Discussions
Baiyun Chen, Aimee deNoyelles, Janet Zydney, Kerry Patton

Exploring Small Group Analysis of Instructional Design Cases in Online Learning Environments
Jesus Trespalacios

Utilization of an educational web based mobile app for acquisition and transfer of critical anatomical knowledge, thereby increasing classroom and laboratory preparedness in veterinary students
Kevin Hannon

A Critical Review of the Use of Wenger’s Community of Practice (CoP) Theoretical Framework in Online and Blended Learning Research, 2000-2014
Sedef Uzuner Smith, Suzanne Hayes, Peter Shea

Institutional Factors for Supporting Electronic Learning Communities
Jayme N. Linton

Adapting for Scalability: Automating the Video Assessment of Instructional Learning
Amy M Roberts, Jennifer LoCasale-Crouch, Bridget K Hamre, Jordan M Buckrop

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